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Supporting South Australian artists, Ananguku Arts will showcase their contemporary works at the upcoming TARNANTHI festival.
Desert Mob is an event that celebrates Aboriginal artists and their art centres, an exhibition of contemporary art and a celebration of Aboriginal culture.
‘We don't need a map’ celebrates the enduring culture of the Martu, the traditional owners of the Western Desert.
The must-see arts events paying tribute to the centenary of Gallipoli around Australia and the world.
The MCA has become a theatre of light and shadow to mark the International Year of Light.
Sydney Film Festival marks a week-long celebration of cinema, highlighting stories shaping the contemporary film-scape.
Ned Kelly is being brought back to life in Bendigo, where a musical and an exhibition simultaneously examine what the outlaw legend means to modern Australia.
To keep one step ahead and shape tomorrow's industry leaders, AFTRS has refreshed the Masters of Screen Arts and Business course.
The Australian Copyright Council dispels some of copyright law's greatest myths.
Get back to nature in a one-of-a-kind sculptural exhibit nestled amongst one of Australia's most spectacular landscapes.
Step through the toyshop doors and enter a world of whimsy, nostalgia and fun with Toys through Time at the Museum of Sydney.
Tura New Music’s flagship project, The 12th Totally Huge New Music Festival returns to Perth in May.
Community engagement is at the heart of the Queensland Music Festival.
Art’s ability to present new ideas and inspire change underpins PUBLIC 2015.
From championing pioneers of New Music to visionaries of art and culture in the public realm, the myriad of festivals on offer throughout Australia have an impact far beyond that of just audience entertainment.
Australia’s oldest puppetry company Spare Parts Puppet Theatre is building on its successes and giving back to the performing arts industry through training programs.
Calling those with a passion for stage and technical design, ACTT is opening the production doors for aspiring stage managers.
The UNSW Art & Design newly established masters postgraduate program in curatorial practice sets out to create arts leaders.
Box Hill Institute’s pioneering Masters of International Music Business is set to attract aspiring musicians wanting to make it big in the global music industry.
Professional networks, creative projects and technical know-how are what make Open Channel screen courses a must for emerging filmmakers.
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